Oliver Colvile was the Conservative Member of Parliament (MP) for Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport (England) from 2010 to 2017.
Relationship with the Tobacco Industry
Accepted Tobacco Hospitality
In August 2011 Colvile had accepted one ticket, and associated hospitality, to the England vs India cricket test match at the Oval, worth £694.80, from JTI.
Opposed Tobacco Control Measures in UK
Against Smoking Ban
In October 2010, Colvile voted for the smoking ban to be overturned. 
Profile of Oliver Colvile on TheyWorkForYou website.
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